Laboratory Centrifuge Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Erie, PA 814-835-6000

    Our centrifuge technology comes with superior components that allow for ultimate operation. All of our products adhere to extensive testing to ensure their functionality and durability. The professionals at our company can handle any of your requests. If you are unsure which solutions are best for you then just let us know and we can assist you. Our engineers are ready to assist you!

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  • Dexter, MI 877-280-7212

    For years Trucent has been ben providing high-quality and reliable centrifuges. Our expert team is committed to providing customers with the best centrifuges in the industry and competitive prices. Trucent offers 24/7 service to ensure our customer's needs are met.

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  • Houma, LA 866-218-0013

    SSE has over 50 years combined experience within the centrifuge industry. Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC has grown to become one of the world's leading suppliers of separation equipment. From a seal ring to a complete centrifuge system, Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC can provide solutions for all of your separation and spare parts requirements.

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  • Hammond, IN 866-346-6800

    Our laboratory centrifuge technology is equipped to handle a wide variety of applications. We are great at optimizing your systems to adhere to a particular job. We are recognized across the world for our ability to successfully repair any laboratory centrifuge. The operation capabilities of our teams are unmatched! Please give us a call today to learn more information!

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Laboratory Centrifuge Industry Information

Laboratory Centrifuge

Laboratory centrifuges are typically small unit centrifuges used primarily in scientific laboratories. Chemical, biotechnical and pharmaceutical labs all use laboratory centrifuges. Most often, laboratories use these machines to purify solvents in order to analyze different proteins and drugs.

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Design of Laboratory Centrifuges

Laboratory centrifuges separate solid particles from a solution by spinning at a high velocity. Through this process centrifugal force, a force that can be twenty thousand times more powerful than gravity, is created and pulls the heavier, denser particles toward the walls of the centrifuge. Although the laboratory centrifuge is considerably smaller than most industrial centrifuges, the setup of the mechanics is very similar to one another. An enclosure or arm-like apparatus can move in rotary motion while it is attached to a fixed central axis.

Materials Used
Centrifuges are often made of metal or plastic. Items, liquids, solvents or materials to be isolated, analyzed or tested are held in the center of the centrifuge. The centrifuge is normally powered by an electric motor that makes the apparatus spin. Laboratory centrifuges can also be called medical centrifuges.

Types of Laboratory Centrifuges

Laboratory centrifuges come in different sizes, but are normally small and portable. Small or micro-centrifuges hold several vials each holding 0.2 mL up to 2 mL of liquid or solvent. This type of centrifuge allows researchers or lab technicians to process multiple samples at one time. The most common design for laboratory centrifuges is the basket centrifuge, which works like the spin cycle of a washing machine. This design consists of a basket inside of an enclosed container that spins around a vertical axis at a high velocity that separates the liquid from the material. Proper balance is imperative to ensure accurate results and safety. Many centrifuges are continuous, meaning that they depend on a continuous series of close cycles to function properly. If one cycle is off it can place stress on the centrifuge causing mechanical damage and possible personal injury for the user. Laboratory centrifuges are normally used in chemical, biotechnical, molecular and pharmaceutical labs. They are typically used to analyze different proteins in particles or drugs.